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Harrak you talk but you say nothing

Reader comment on item: King of Pop Michael Jackson and Black Converts to Islam
in response to reader comment: Now he can claim Islamophobia!!

Submitted by Richard Lion heart (United States), Mar 10, 2006 at 00:35

Obviously you think all you have to do is use a few insults and your point will be made. Unfortunately for you, you keep talking but you say nothing. Who cares about Michael Jakson converting to islam. The question you must ask yourself is, what is there in islam he's attracted to?

Well you don't need to torture yourself I will give you the answer right now. Michael Jackson read the Koran. Yep, that's the answer. The king of pop read the Koran and he liked what he saw. I think I know which verses captivated his mind.

Koran 52:24
Round about them will serve, to them, boys (handsome) as pearls well-guarded.

Koran 56:17
Round about them will serve boys of perpetual freshness.

Koran 76:19
And round about them will serve boys of perpetual freshness: if thou seest them, thou wouldst think them scattered pearls.

Come on Harrak, do you think Michael Jackson would pass up a deal like that. ...The islamic paradise is definitely what he wants. Well what can I say? Only in Islam's paradise.

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